The Final

January 3, 2010 0 By Fans
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Plot

A group of high school outcasts get revenge on the students that torment them.

Release Year: 2010

Rating: 5.3/10 (4,108 voted)

Director:
Joey Stewart

Stars: Marc Donato, Jascha Washington, Whitney Hoy

Storyline
A group of high school outcasts get revenge on the students that torment them.

Cast:

Marc Donato

Dane


Jascha Washington

Kurtis


Whitney Hoy

Bridget


Justin Arnold

Bradley


Lindsay Seidel

Emily


Julin

Heather


Laura Ashley Samuels

Kelli


Travis Tedford

Andy


Eric Isenhower

Jack


Vincent Silochan

Ravi


Preston Flagg

Riggs


Hunter Garner

Tommy


Ryan Hayden

Miles


Mark Nutter

Deputy Henessey


Daniel Ross Owens

Bernard

(as Daniel Ross)

Taglines:
Consequences. None of us are free from them.



Details

Official Website:
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Release Date: 3 Jan 2010

Filming Locations: Dallas, Texas, USA



Box Office Details

Budget: $1,000,000

(estimated)



Technical Specs

Runtime:



Did You Know?

Trivia:

Chosen as part of the "8 Films to Die For" series of horror films by Lionsgate and After Dark Films.

Quotes:

Emily:
This lesson, you will not learn in school.



User Review

Shockingly Tasteful

Rating: 8/10


I was apprehensive when I approached The Final, choice cut of Afterdark
Horrorfest 2010. Any movie portraying school related violence runs the
risk of offending many, but The Final, crafted with this in mind,
scores a home-run by walking the tightrope and putting on a class act.

The main characters were anti-heroes, to be sympathized with, but
certainly not to be admired (even by the most disturbed of movie
goers). I personally appreciated the well crafted chemistry among the
villains. The violence was well orchestrated as well. The film relied
more on suspense than gore, something to be admired in a horror film
these days.

Overall, The Final proved to a highly entertaining piece, while
delivering some serious catharsis when the credits rolled to those of
us who feared offense. It's not perfect in all its areas, but it was
the best of the Horrorfest, as far as I'm concerned.